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Autism in Children - Help with Color

 

Neurologist working with children with autism have found that they may be helped by the use of color, especially red. Red may counteract the over firing of the high and mid brain.

Colored Glasses for Autism
Neurologists have found that children with autism may be helped by the use of color.

The use of color can be especially helpful when the child has an angry or emotional reaction to loud noises, like a dog barking. If they are not angry, just emotional, the color red seems to help. However, if they are angry, orange or yellow seem to work better.

Child neurologists sometimes use color therapy glasses to help these children. Slipping on a pair of red glasses, or orange or yellow, may quickly result in a calm and happier child. Colored sunglasses are inexpensive and simple to use. And children love wearing them. You can find these color therapy glasses at ColorGlasses.com.

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